1. Palermo, Italy
2. Valencia, Spain
3. Crete, Greece
Greece is always a fantastic place to visit in Europe due to its coastal landscape and rich history. Better yet, it is home to a warm climate, which makes it ideal for visiting anytime during the year. One of the best and hottest places to visit in Greece is Crete. Crete has an average temperature of about 62 ° F, which means you can relax on its beaches without fear of frost. However, this time it is also quite rainy, so you will need to keep an eye close to the weather. Being the largest island in Greece, you will find a lot of unique activities to do, many of them are not as crowded as the tourist season is over.
4. Nice and Monte Carlo
5. Canary Islands, Spain
Only a four-hour flight from London separates it from the Canary Islands, a magnificent group of Spanish islands located close to the coast of Morocco. During the winter, these islands provide some of Europe’s warmest and sunniest weather.
Which of the following islands should you choose to visit first?
Tenerife, Gran Canaria, and Lanzarote are the most popular, although many of them will do. Prepare yourself for a never-ending supply of sports, hiking, and other natural marvels wherever you wind yourself.
6. Limassol, Cyprus
Limassol is a city that offers the best of both worlds since it is warm in the winter and sunny in the summer. You’ll like the blend of new and historic neighborhoods in this city.
The ancient fishing port’s narrow stone alleys are lined with medieval-era houses. The city’s beaches, castles, and ancient Greek ruins round out the must-see attractions in Limassol.
Because of the island’s position in the eastern Mediterranean, the climate in any city on the island will be mild
7. Faro, Portugal
Faro, Portugal’s southernmost city, is a tranquil retreat for anyone seeking some R&R. In contrast to the rest of Europe, it enjoys mild weather in winter in this small and beautiful village.
Tourist numbers are lower in winter, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t things to do, just as there are in the city of Seville. There are still plenty of bright days to go golfing, beach walking, bird watching, and cycling throughout the winter.
8. Valetta, Malta
There is no other city in the world like Valletta, in my opinion. It’s almost as if it’s straight out of a movie. Malta’s capital city, Valletta, is not only beautiful, but it also stays warm in the winter because of its position in the Mediterranean Sea south of Italy.
There is a comparable mild environment in all of Malta’s cities, so don’t forget about the hidden treasures like Mdina, Rabat, or Zabbar.
When Valletta was designated the European Cultural Capital of Culture in 2009, it was already a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
9. Mallorca, Spain
The next entry for Spain on the list is stunning Mallorca with its unbelievably crystal blue seas. The island of Mallorca is part of the Spanish archipelago and is often associated with spring break partying, although it’s a lot more laid back than Ibiza. The climate is pleasant and bright all year round because of the island’s position in the Balearic Sea.
Winter is the ideal season to visit because major tourism has been on the island since the 1950s. Over 3400 restaurants, 262 pristine beaches, and world-renowned spas and hotels will be yours exclusively.
10. Kotor, Montenegro
This magnificently fortified city resembles something out of a fairy tale. Kotor, a medieval walled city, tucked away on a scenic harbor, has a long and colorful history dating back to the Middle Ages.
For a nation in the Balkans, Kotor is one of the mildest. It’s also one of the most inexpensive. In the winter, your budget will go 2-3 times farther on this island than it would on a warm European island.
Wintertime is a great time to visit since most cruise ships won’t be returning until spring. Take advantage of the milder temperatures to go hiking, biking, jogging, or just strolling around the historic district and the city’s numerous fortifications.